A photo of back-end web site codes on computer monitor. Developer working on a web project in a busy office. There is a shallow depth of field in the photo. There are lots of code line in the file. Sun light at the top left.

Last week, I attended FHIR North: a one-day event hosted by Mohawk College for getting to learn about and try out the HL7 FHIR healthcare interoperability standard. For those new to “connectathons,” they are intended to prove that an open consensus built interoperability specification is complete, and that implementations written to that standard can connect. Read More..

I have had the pleasure in working in the types of environments described in Google’s article twice in my career, once in the early 2000’s when I led an Agile adoption and currently at Intelliware. In both instances, I have been working in the field of software development, and in both cases, Agile methodologies were used to deliver software. Read More…